FOREIGN RELATIONS: Career Man for Rio

In the stormy aftermath of Clare Boothe Luce's resignation as Ambassador to Brazil, President Eisenhower last week turned to a career man to be envoy to the biggest, most populous neighbor in Latin America. The new nominee: John Moors Cabot, 58, foreign service veteran (since 1926), currently U.S. Ambassador to Colombia, and Bostonian of first-family lineage.

Jack Cabot is a Harvardman ('23) and Oxonian ('25), a good tennis and squash-rackets player, who tastefully collects art objects from around the world, and has a proper, frosty appearance. But the frost melts away when he smiles and stretches out a huge hand...

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